Canine Behaviour: Fear, Frustration & Aggression

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About the course

This canine behaviour CPD course is suitable for Veterinary surgeons and Nurses, dog trainers and those working with dogs in a professional capacity.

Price includes refreshments, buffet lunch, course notes and CPD certificate.

The course will be led by Caroline Clark. Caroline has a professional teaching qualification and is an A.B.T.C. Registered Clinical Animal Behaviour Counsellor and full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC). She is a fully qualified Registered Veterinary Nurse with over 30 years’ experience in Veterinary practice. Caroline currently runs a busy behaviour practice, providing help for animals with a range of behaviour problems. She writes articles for veterinary journals and has provided professional advice for TV documentaries.

Course aims: To provide the learner with a greater understanding of canine behaviour and how fear and aggression can develop. Methods of prevention and strategies for treatment are covered.

In this full day course delegates will look at:

  • Canine communication methods
  • Ladder of aggression
  • Development of common behaviour problems related to fear and aggression
  • Safe handling and identifying risks
  • Prevention and treatment strategies
  • Pharmacology & Nutraceuticals
  • Interactive case studies & discussion

Registration is at 9.45am for a 10am start

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